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Join the Casual Bridge group on Wednesday afternoons for a relaxing and social gathering to play Bridge!

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Stitch and Chat!
Join the Friday  knitters at their new time:
every Friday at 1 p.m. (bring a lunch if you like!) for a companionable time to chat and knit together!

Our Mission: "To create a vibrant place where people can connect"

Come Join Us for Summer Reading!
"On Your Mark, Get Set...Read!" is this year's exciting theme.
Starting Wednesday, June 29th - Wednesday, August 10th there will be performers, programs, and opportunities to win prizes for READING! 
Come experience the adventure...

Sign-Up at the library to claim a reading log and start the fun!
(Prizes will be given out starting June 29th - including a coupon for free ice cream!)
More information is available at the library!


Summer Reading Kick-Off is Wednesday, June 29th!
Back by popular demand...
Join Us at The Holderness Town Hall as we start summer reading!
Sing-Along, Read-Aloud, Laugh-a-lot Fun!

Singer Steve Blunt  &  NH Author Marty Kelley will be performing to give us a
super start to the summer! This event begins at 10 a.m.

*Funding for this Kids, Books and Arts Event is provided by the Jack and Dorothy Byrne Foundation, CHILIS, Cogswell Benevolent Trust, and is supported in part by a grant from the NH State Council on the Arts & National Endowment for the Arts as well as funds administered by the NH State Library and provided by the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

Thank you our Friends of the Holderness Free Library!
They did it again!
On Memorial Day, Monday May 30th, Friends of the Holderness Free Library held a fair to make money for the Library. The MAL gang sold cookies and lemonade, the Friends rented out tables and sold nifty goodies, and the Library sold donated books. A good time was had by all. And it helped the library financially.
Wednesday Book Discussions
Why join a Book Discussion Group?
Book Discussion for May
Book Discussion, A Spool of Blue Thread by Anne Tyler. This novel explores what makes families unique and how this uniqueness helps through crisis as well as everyday wear and tear!  For details about the meeting, contact the library at 968-7066, or email

A Book Discussion Group offers individuals an opportunity to read and share ideas and opinions of books in a friendly, relaxed environment. It encourages participants to read different types of books that they might otherwise overlook, and it gives everyone a chance to enjoy talking about the books that are read.  Please consider joining our group and enjoy the lively exchange of ideas